Optical measurement techniques create new science and industry

The history of science has witnessed new measurement techniques created new science. This is an essential and universal relationship of natural science that stands on experimental validation. Ideguchi group studies new optical measurement techniques and use them for fundamental and applied science. We are currently interested in molecular spectroscopy and microscopy techniques. 


Dual-comb spectroscopy

Review article

Optics and Photonics News (2017)

Single-laser dual-comb spectroscopy

Optica (2016)

Adaptive dual-comb spectroscopy

Nature Communications (2014)

Coherent Raman dual-comb spectroscopy

Nature (2013)

Compressive dual-comb spectroscopy

Scientific Reports (2021) 

Phase-controlled Fourier-transform spectroscopy (PC-FTS)

Nature Communications (2018)

Complementary vibrational spectroscopy (CVS)

Nature Communications (2019)

Time-stretch infrared spectroscopy (TS-IR)

Communications Physics (2020)

Fourier-transform coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering spectroscopy (FT-CARS) 

Optics Letters (2020)

Optics Express (2018)

Coherent Raman flow cytometry

Science Advances (2019)

Optics Letters (2018)



Mid-infrared photothermal phase microscopy

Optica (2020)

Optics Letters (2019)

Scientific Reports (2019)

Adaptive dynamic range shift quantitative phase imaging (ADRIFT-QPI)

Light: Science & Applications 10, 1 (2021)



Optical parametric oscillator

Laser & Photonics Reviews (2014)

Supercontinuum generation

Nature Communications (2015)